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#201 Jangler

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Posted 20 June 2013 - 09:24 AM

hear and see what you want *too. Have you heard the saying believe less of what you hear and least of what you see. If you believe and accept certain things then you have no business going around quoting bible verse.

 

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Why because I use my brain and my eyes and can see that some people are born gay?



#202 MadHatter

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Posted 20 June 2013 - 09:26 AM

I just don't get how people really have any problem with someone being gay.

 

I don't understand how someone is that way....because I have never felt that way.

 

But, I have several friends and actually an ex-wife who are gay.....and I damn sure know they did not chose to be that way.  They went through hell with families, society, etc when they came out.

 

Their choices just do not affect my life...so it is not really my concern. 

 

I prefer to worry about and deal with things that (1) I can control, and (2) directly affect me and my family.

 

 



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Posted 20 June 2013 - 09:26 AM

What about an openly heterosexual player! When was it ever required for one to declare their sexual orientation. Other than porn, of course. Other than for getting potential NFL mates I don't really see the need to do so. What about those who prefer 2 or 3 women at a time? Should they come public too. Some men like sticking it in every hole a woman possess, should those multi-holers come forward too? People seems to forget that homosexuality is a sexual preference just like the multi-holers, and sex is something that is done in the freedom of our own privacy. Keep your sexual exploit to yourself and I'll keep mine to myself.

 

The funny thing is, they're not even asking for the fans' authorization(which they don't need), just informing us. By the way, I'm gay, now watch me catch this football. Lol



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Posted 20 June 2013 - 09:27 AM

Damn frat boys from Bob Jones college!! Get them off of here.


Also the ThunderKats cartoon never had any overtly gay overtones of cat dudes in tights with a pet snarf.

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Posted 20 June 2013 - 09:28 AM

Yes, acceptance is the right answer.  That being said, some people have differing opinions and that should be accepted to.  

 

But my point was this thread should be moved or locked because it has absolutely nothing to do with the Panthers.

 

Not all opinions should be accepted. If someone says, "I hate blacks and Jews," one shouldn't just shrug their shoulders and say, "to each their own, I guess," and then goose step away.



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Posted 20 June 2013 - 09:29 AM

What about an openly heterosexual player! When was it ever required for one to declare their sexual orientation. Other than porn, of course. Other than for getting potential NFL mates I don't really see the need to do so. What about those who prefer 2 or 3 women at a time? Should they come public too. Some men like sticking it in every hole a woman possess, should those multi-holers come forward too? People seems to forget that homosexuality is a sexual preference just like the multi-holers, and sex is something that is done in the freedom of our own privacy. Keep your sexual exploit to yourself and I'll keep mine to myself.

 

The funny thing is, they're not even asking for the fans' authorization(which they don't need), just informing us. By the way, I'm gay, now watch me catch this football. Lol

 

I wouldn't call it a preference.

 

I prefer chicken wings over pizza. If I don't have any chicken wings around chances are I am probably going to eat some pizza.



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Posted 20 June 2013 - 09:30 AM

Most guys who are anti-gay think that being around a gay guy is awkward....because they think all gay guys want them.

 

That is as stupid as thinking that any hetero female that those same guys are around all want them.

 

Get over yourselves....they are likely not interested in you at all.



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Posted 20 June 2013 - 09:30 AM

Damn frat boys from Bob Jones college!! Get them off of here.


Also the ThunderKats cartoon never had any overtly gay overtones of cat dudes in tights with a pet snarf.

Not one ever sad Damn Cheetara! Looking good!

 

easy there with the thundercat references :)
 



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Posted 20 June 2013 - 09:32 AM

I wouldn't call it a preference.

 

I prefer chicken wings over pizza. If I don't have any chicken wings around chances are I am probably going to eat some pizza.

 

Agreed.

 

Preference infers that they are making a choice.  When you really are close to someone who is gay, you realize that there is no "choice" in the matter.  They are the way they are.

 

This is why most homosexual people don't like bi-sexual people....they think that they are making a mockery out of being gay.

 

Thought that aspect was pretty interesting



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Posted 20 June 2013 - 09:32 AM

Not all opinions should be accepted. If someone says, "I hate blacks and Jews," one shouldn't just shrug their shoulders and say, "to each their own, I guess," and then goose step away.

 

Doesn't mean you have to agree with them but it is certainly their right to feel that way.  That doesn't mean they are right.

 

Anyone can have their opinion as long as they don't act on that opinion towards another (i.e hate crimes, bullying, etc)




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